AirAsia India is offering all-inclusive fares starting from Rs. 1,249 for domestic travel while its Malaysian parent AirAsia is selling tickets from Rs. 1,999 for international travel as part of the “Mega Sale” scheme
AirAsia now has its sights on Vietnam. The low-cost carrier announced last Friday that it will be launching a new airline joint venture in the Southeast Asian country with two local partners.
AirAsia Group has petitioned the Indian government to exempt its AirAsia India (I5, Chennai) unit from the country’s regulations which govern when a start-up carrier can begin international flights.
As competition in the Indian aviation market takes wings, AirAsia is offering a 20 per cent off on base fares on its mobile app under a promotional scheme
Perhaps no other issue unites India as quickly as wrath against political masters. Shiv Sena parliamentarian Ravindra Gaikwad must never have thought his abrasive show of power would unite the aviation community in an unprecedented manner.
AirAsia is resuming domestic expansion in the Malaysian market with a focus on connecting more dots within its network of 15 domestic destinations.
AirAsia India on Tuesday announced addition of two new destinations in its network – Kolkata and Ranchi. The inclusion of Kolkata and Ranchi will help AirAsia India expand its network to 15 destinations.
Tony Fernandes, CEO of the AirAsia on Monday presented his plans to make the in-flight purchases on AirAsia completely cashless.
The Lion Group is preparing to expand in Indonesia’s international market, with several new routes to Australia, India and East Asia.
Malaysian no-frills carrier AirAsia today announced discounted fares, starting as low as Rs 899 for travel within India and Rs 4,999 for international flights for a limited period.